FORT KLAMATH, Ore.-- The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife says the Rogue Pack of wolves is responsible for a dead steer in Klamath County.
The 725 lbs. yearling steer was found dead Friday afternoon on private land. The steer was partially eaten.
ODFW says fresh wolf tracks were found at the scene.
This is the third wolf attack attributed to the Rogue Pack this year.
The Rogue Pack has been one of the most active of the protected gray wolf groups in Oregon when it comes to preying the livestock of farmers and ranchers. The Rogue Pack topped depredation lists over both 2019 and 2018.